Posted on: 24 February 2011 by Ross McSweeny
JetBlue Airways has appointed Jenny Dervin as its new vice-president corporate communications, reporting to James Hnat, executive vice-president, corporate affairs and general counsel.
Dervin started her airline career with TWA in Chicago in 1993, and then joined Delta Air Lines in 1999. She has held a number of communications positions of increasing responsibility before joining JetBlue in 2005 as director corporate communications. She succeeds Todd Burke, who retired from JetBlue in 2010. In her new role, she will have oversight of JetBlue’s internal, external and social media communications strategy and execution.
"It’s an honour to serve JetBlue’s crewmembers in this capacity," Dervin commented. "JetBlue has a great story to tell, especially as we enter our second decade with such a strong foundation of service, transparency and respect for our crewmembers and customers."